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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1951)
Full Term, 1981
September 10-22, Sunday to Satur
day, New Student Week and
September 22, Saturday. Portland
football game Oregon vs. Stan
September 22, Saturday. Last day
to pay fees without penalty.
September 24, Monday. Classes be
October 8, Monday. Last day for
reglatratlon or changes of pro
October 13, Saturday. Portland
football game, no classes.
November 22-2f>, Thursday to Sun
day. Thanksgiving vacation.
December 14-19, Friday to Wednes- j
day. Full term examinations.
December 19, Wednesday. Fall!
Winter Term, 1952
January 2, Wednesday Registra
tion for new students.
January 2, Wednesday. Classes be
January 7, Monday. Dnst day to
pay fees without penalty.
January 16, Wednesday. I>Hst day
for registration or changes In
1 March 17-22, Monday to Saturday.
Winter term examinations.
March 22, Saturday. Winter term
Spring Term, 1952
March 31, Monday. Registration
for new students.
March 31, Monday. Classes begin.
AprtP^i, Saturday. Last day to pay
fees without penalty.
April 14, Monday. Last day for
registration or for changes in
May 30, Friday. Memorial Day
June 9-14, Monday to Saturday.
Spring term examinations.
June 14. Saturday. Alumni Day.
June 15, Sunday. Baccalaureate
and Commencement Day.
Again This Fall
KWAX, University radio station,
begin its first complete school
year of broadcasting this fall.
The FM station, located at 88.1
megacycles on the dial, began
operation on April 4, 1951.
The station is usually on the air
seven hours daily during the five
week-days and operates from 3 to
7 p in. on Sundays. Student man
agers estimate a potential campus
audience of 2,000.
Owned by the State Board of
Higher Education, the station is
operated by qualified students un
der the guidance of the University
All students including freshmen
interested in working on any phase
of KWAX may contact Glenn Star
lin, the station's faculty adviser,
in 214 Villard. Work includes
broadcasting, publicity, contact,
business, and script writing.
K\VAX plans to begin broadcast
ing about Oct. 1, with auditions
for live talent, interviews for staff
positions, and consideration of
script or program ideas planned
for early fall term.
The early-bird gets the book.
Buy the Orcgana now. (adv.)
Named by YW
Miss Mary Elizabeth McDowell
will be the new YWCA executive
secretary on the campus this fall,
replacing Mina Lola Greenwood,
who has been director of the "Y”
for the pant seven years.
A native of Philadelphia, Miss
McDowell hen a bachelor of arts
degree from Wilson college In
During the past academic year j
she was a seeretary-ln-training!
at the University of Washington j
YWCA. In this position she par- I
tlcipated as a staff member in the
YWCA program on the Washing
ton campus, Pacific Coast North
west conferences at Lake Wilder- \
ness and Seabeck, and the National
Student Assembly at Oxford, Ohio. ;
This Hummer Miss McDowell has
been assistant director of the Y.M
YWCA students-in-industry proj
ect at Rogers cannery in Milton- I
Freewater. In this program, stu- |
dents from the United States and J
eight foreign countries lived their
motto of "earn, learn, and serve." J
Miss Greenwood, who Is a Uni
versity of Oregon graduate, has
been traveling In Europe since the
first of duly. Kfie will return to
Eugene in November.
"Thunder on Hill”
Claudette Colbert & Ann Blyth
"Stardust & Sweet Music”
"Two of a Kind”
Lizabeth Scott and
"Spoilers of Plains”
Roy Rodgers and
Note: Heilig Theatre will be
closed afternoons only, Monday
thru Friday, starting Sept. 17
for an indefinite period for re
pairs. Box office will open at
0:00 for evening showings only.
Sat. 11:45—Sunday 12:45.
"Jaws of Jungle”
“Curse of Ubangi”
"Secret of Convict Lake ’
Ethel Barrymore and
Don Defore & Andrea King
Note: At Lane Theatre Sept.
14-18, extra added “World
Championship Fight Pictures,
Robinson - Turpin American
“JAWS OF THE JUNGLE,'*
NOW THRU TUES.
“CURSE OF THE UBANGI”
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Dentists Ask Autonomy
An appeal for a status equal to
that of the University of Oregon
meflical school was made by the
date dental advisory council on be
half of the dental school before
the state board of higher educa
The dental school, now budgeted
through the University adminis
tration and under the same chain
of comand as the professional
schools on the Eugene campus, re
quested that it attain an auto
nomy similar to that of the medi
cal school. The latter Is not a pro
fessional school of the University
and it operates under a separate
budget, although it is listed in the
catalog as part of the University
and has the University’s prestige
in academic circles.
Harold J. Noyes, dean of the
dental school, stated he was not
extending any criticism toward
University President Harry K.
N'-wbtirn, but he felt the school
was entitled by law to autonomus
MAKE US YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR
DRY CLEANING and LAUNDRY
Campus Interviews on Cigarette Tests
No. 22...THE WOODPECKER
Woodrow almost bit off more than he could chew
when he tackled the cigarette tests! But he pecked
away 'til he smoked out the truth: Such an
important item as mildness can't he tossed off in a
fleeting second! A “swift sniff” or a “perfunctory
puff" proves practically nothing! He, like millions of
smokers, found one test that doesn't leave you up a tree.
It's the sensible test.. . the 30-Day Camel Mildness
Test, which simply asks you to try Camels as your
steady smoke —on a day-after-day basis. No snap
judgments! Once you’ve enjoyed Camels for 30 days
in your “T-Zone” (T for Throat, T for Taste),
you’ll see why...
After all the Mildness tests...
Camel leads all other brands